Dash Dibi village – Germi Mughan
Rural tourism focuses on actively participating in a rural lifestyle. It can be a variant of ecotourism. Many villages can facilitate tourism because many villagers are hospitable and eager to welcome (and sometime even host) visitors. Agriculture is becoming highly mechanized and therefore, requires less manual labor. This trend is causing economic pressure on some villages, which in turn causes young people to move to urban areas. There is however, a segment of the urban population that is interested in visiting the rural areas and understanding the lifestyle.
About Dash Dibi village
Dash Dib village is located in Ardebil province (Savalan region), about 17 kilometers east of Germi Mughan city and in a mountainous area near the zero border of the Republic of Azerbaijan. This low-population village, has 28 households and 80 population that has unique attractions for tourism development.
The fountain is one of the most important attractions of the village. Dash Dibi area has many natural attractions due to the topography of the land, which Despite the limited facilities many tourists travel to this vilage. Proper vegetation of the area and the growth of various medicinal plants in the area has made the Dashi Dibi one to the most important areas of the Mughan. Barriers to tourism development in Dash Dibi are the lack of accommodation, recreation and amenities.